Gašper Troha teaches at the Department for Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. His main research interests include sociology of literature and contemporary European and Slovenian drama. Among his recently published articles are: Podoba družbenega sistema v slovenski dramatiki: 1943–1990 (2005), Problemi poetične drame (2005), Dramatizacije na slovenskih odrih 1992-2006 (2006).Vanesa Matajc teaches at the Department for Comparative Literature and Literary History, Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. She is also a member of editorial board of the journal Literatura and a member of the Slovene Writers’ Association. Her recent publications include: Razpeto v dvoumje. Idejna podlaga Kovičeve proze (2001), Simbol v Jenkovi liriki (2001), Osvetljave. Kritiški pogledi na slovenski roman v devetdesetih (2000), Eksistencializem v romanopisju Vitomila Zupana (1998).Gregor Pompe works as an assistant professor at the Department for Musicology, Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. In 2006 he obtained his Ph.D. on the problems of postmodernism and semantics of music. His scientific fields include contemporary music, opera and semantics of music. He is active also as a journalist and composer. His main scientific contributions are bilingual study Pisna podoba glasbe na Slovenskem/Music in Slovenia through the aspect of notation (together with Jurij Snoj) and articles Boulez’s rational serial organization and Cage’s chance―equality of diversity, A Few Attempts at Understanding Postmodernism as a Musical Style, Contemporary Slovene Compositional Practice and Musicology.